Is it really ours?
Angola's economy is rich. However, only private companies benefits from it. The state and inhabitants are still somewhat poor. In the countryside, most people practise subsistence farming as their main source of livelihood, growing food for their own families and where possible, cash crops such as coffee and sugar cane. Around 55% of Angolans are below the poverty line (surviving on less than a dollar a day). In the capital, millions live in vast slums